“The real driver for rainwater harvesting is water availability, or lack thereof. Hence, the reason why it is a local grass-roots issue and why certain regions or provinces are more ahead than others,” states Cate Soroczan.
2013 Get Your Mind Into Gutter
“Living Water Smart, British Columbia’s Water Plan” provides backdrop for 2013 Rainwater Harvesting Workshop
“Living Water Smart is about adaptation – that is, collectively what we need to do…to adapt…to prepare for climate change. How we will get there is all about collaboration – that’s my code for silo jumping. We must get out of our silos and broaden our perspectives. Learn from others, share with others – that is when we grow,” states Lynn Kriwoken.
ON DECEMBER 3, 2013 – Partnership for Water Sustainability and Irrigation Industry Association will co-host “A Workshop on Rainwater Harvesting in British Columbia”
“We value our long-term relationship with IIABC and greatly appreciate that IIABC has in the past provided financial supporter for our waterbucket.ca website. By jointly organizing the Rainwater Harvesting Workshop, we are taking our partnering to the next level of relationship-building,” reports Tim Pringle,
“This one day workshop will provide information on how with the right controls in place, harvested rainwater can be used for irrigation, outdoor cleaning, flushing toilets, washing clothes and even drinking water. In conjunction with the workshop, we will also be holding a mini-tradeshow,” states Mike Tanner
Irrigation Industry Association of BC is a “Champion Supporter” of the Partnership for Water Sustainability
“The IIABC is collaborating to build a foundation for future change in order to help us align our industry education and certification offerings that include efficient irrigation systems. We all need to be accountable for our water resource. With shared tools and programs; we can collaborate to make a difference,” states Keesha Rosario.